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Within R&D tax credit frameworks, there exist varying degrees of guidance, each with distinct purposes. These are ‘Meaning of Research & Development for Tax Purposes: guidelines’, 'CIRD Manual (Corporate Intangibles Research and Development)' and ‘Guidelines for Compliance’
Read our guide to a successful Innovate UK Grant Application, addressing the key areas and questions, with a few top tips along the way!
Innovate UK Launchpads is a program designed to uplift emerging clusters of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in the UK. Tailored to specific geographic clusters, each Launchpad welcomes businesses of all sizes, extending innovation funding, support services, and networking opportunities. Discover the current Launchpad funding opportunities.
R&D tax credits can be a significant financial boost for companies that engage in activities aimed at pushing the boundaries of knowledge and technology. However, understanding which costs are eligible for these tax credits can be a complex and often confusing process.
Innovators of a life-saving sepsis test, Septest Limited, has claimed the top prize at the Finalist Showcase of this year’s TBAT Innovation Challenge. With ten finalists, the competition was fierce and showcased an impressive range of ideas and projects from various sectors with Heartfelt Technologies and Zeal Lifestyle being awarded the runner-up prizes.
In July, The Chartered Institute of Taxation (CIOT) penned a letter to HMRC expressing its deep-seated concerns regarding HMRC’s handling of its expanding R&D Tax Credit investigation program. In response to members’ grievances, the CIOT’s letter raised doubts about HMRC’s adherence to its own Charter.
Every great project starts with a vision—a brilliant idea that has the potential to change the world, improve lives, or transform an industry. However, turning that vision into a reality often requires financial support. This is where grant funding becomes a game-changer and where TBAT Innovation can help.
In July, The Chartered Institute of Taxation (CIOT) penned a letter to HMRC expressing its deep-seated concerns regarding HMRC's handling of its expanding R&D Tax Credit investigation program, particularly its "volume compliance" approach. In response to members' grievances, the CIOT's letter raised doubts about HMRC's adherence to its own Charter.
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